Maybe not this exact question, but the topic of what I would consider a best friend or what would make a best friend has been brought up before. So I'm not going to go into that again. Instead I'll focus on the other two points at hand.
First off, my childhood friends name was Paul. He came down from Scotland when I was five and we pretty much were best friends right up until we finished High School, after that we barely saw each other, he mixed with the wrong people got into some things I did not approve of and eventually just never saw each other. We did everything together for about 15years, and even though I don't see him these days, if he ever needed anything he could always count on me.
As for my best friend right now. I guess that would be Carol. She's been helping me out with things good and bad for the last 7years, which is a damn long time now that I look back on it. It doesn't feel that long ago. Either way, she's given me a place to stay when things got bad, fed me nearly every day. Gave me someone to talk to. In turn I help her out with alot of things, and I'm always there for her to talk to. A pretty good friendship I'd say.
I'd like to say something meaningful, profound and insightful. They say that with age comes wisdom. And with age also comes senility. And I'm hella senile right now, I don't even know if that's how you spell it, that's how senile I am, and because of the mentioned senility, I don't have anything profound to say... I know, I'm disappointed too...
Good Advice Is Never Taken, But That Doesn't Mean It Shouldn't Be Given.
That can relate to being a friend and trying to open their eyes to something. I can't remember who said it, or if indeed that was the exact quote. But there you go. Have a nice day y'all